Founded in 1994, The Actuarial Foundation, a philanthropic organization based in Illinois, is dedicated to math education and financial literacy. In fulfillment of this mission, the organization creates and collects various free educational materials. At the link above, readers will find a wealth of lesson plans designed for grades 4-12. Math educators can use the tabs at the top of the page to narrow the lesson plans by topic (e.g., "Data and Statistics" or "Geometry"). Most lessons include multiple activities and an assessment template. Some are created in-house and available as a downloadable PDF, while others link out to similar educational sites (e.g., Scholastic.com). Clicking on a lesson plan also reveals "related resources," so educators looking to build a whole unit from individual lesson plans can easily do so. In addition to the lesson plans found within this Teacher and Student resources section, educators may want to explore the Building Your Future curriculum. Also available via the Free Resources tab, these materials are designed to educate high school students on financial decision making. The four-part series includes handouts for students and educators.